Alexander McQueen goes feral at the Autumn/Winter 2014 collections in the French capital, plus Valentino and Louis Vuitton hit the runways.
From images of dead British soldiers to rarely seen portraits of injured troops, a new exhibition marks World War I in the faces of those who fought.
The week’s best art and culture reads – including an interview with a great American novellist, Raymond Chandler at the Oscars and the secret life of WH Auden.
Chanel’s runway show is a supermarket sweep and Saint Laurent takes the 1960s by storm at the Autumn/Winter collections.
Dior, Givenchy, Celine and Roland Mouret show strong, innovative collections as Paris Fashion Week hits its stride.
The results are in and the red carpet is rolled up – but what do the Academy Awards tell us about the state of Hollywood? Lisa Schwarzbaum reflects.
With so many books and so little time, re-reading seems an indulgence. So why is it so popular? Hephzibah Anderson reveals why we do it – and why it’s good.
Decaying structures, from crumbling castles to industrial ghost towns, have long drawn us in. A new exhibition investigates their appeal.
The World Wide Web, which turns 25 on 12 March, has brought about a radical revolution in literature – from e-books to Twitter fiction. Jane Ciabattari reports.
The A-list group photo snapped by Bradley Cooper at the Oscars might have crashed Twitter, but this image could have been the first of its kind.